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[forums]Re: Dumb 'Winterland 1973: The Complete Recordings' question
Posted by Finster Baby on Mar 27, 2014 9:29am into GratefulDead
I don't blame you. Personally, I'm that guy....... I couldn't tell you the last GD related music I bought. Why buy the cow when you are already getting the milk for free....

[forums]Re: more cow bell
Posted by Reade on Mar 20, 2014 4:35pm into GratefulDead
THE version for me https://archive.org/details/gd1983-04-13.mtx.seamons.113852.flac16 The late 70s overrepresented on these suggestions, as worthy as I'm sure they are. Early eighties is a great era for S>F. 9/20/82 7/13/84 6/16/85...

[forums]Re: Betty, we hardly heard ye
Posted by JackDog on Mar 12, 2014 8:01am into GratefulDead
continued from the Taper's Compendium: Rob Eaton, a professional sound engineer and veteran taper, also had an amazing Betty Board adventure. Rob was asked to help salvage a large number of Betty Boards that were damaged. He had the right tools to clean them up. Rob Eaton: I think it was a high point for me as a collector and trader, in terms of excitement and enthusiasm….I was told that there were a bunch of tapes, previously missing, that were bought at the now infamous auction......

[forums]Re: We've Lost One of the Greats
Posted by Mandojammer on Feb 26, 2014 8:08am into GratefulDead
I have to find the clip when I get home, but there's a You Tube of one of his tunes I played for my son years ago in an attempt to expose him to something other than the tech speed metal he was fond of back then. Paco ripped of a run and finished with a flourish that earned something along the lines of "Holy cow, I couldn't even see his fingers move." Tommy Emmanuel is the closest I've seen live to matching Paco's speed and fluidity - rough comparison I know since the musical styles are so dif......

[forums]Re: Dave's Picks # 8, impressions ?
Posted by leftwinger57 on Nov 11, 2013 9:39am into GratefulDead
When I went to see them at the Cow Palace for the roll out of the Wall of Sound I of course was impressed by the size of it all but something was wrong. Clearly things were out of phase/balance for this show , piano louder than guitar and noticeable things like that.I guess they were expecting this because on the ticket it had SOUND TEST stamped across it and I believe they charged a whole $2.50 for the ticket plus radio give aways.Now w/ the HD afied CD version the show sounds great but before......

[forums]History of Early Playing in the Band Seques
Posted by Dave Davis on Nov 6, 2013 9:47am into GratefulDead
Early Evolution of Playing in the Band Seques 10-18-72 Fox Playin->Drums->Dark Star->morning Dew->Playin 6-9-73 RFK He's Gone->Truckin'->Playin 10-21-73 Omaha Playin->Half step->Big River->Playin 10-27-73 Indianapolis Playin->Half step->Big River->Playin 11-1-73 McGaw Playin'->Uncle John->Playin 11-10-73 Winterland Playin->Uncle John->Morning Dew->Uncle John->Playin 11-17-73 UCLA Playin->Uncle John->Morning Dew->Uncle John->Playin 11-21-73 Denver Playin->El Paso->Playin->Wharf->Playin->D......

[forums]Re: no no no....really? how cool is this????
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Nov 4, 2013 7:16am into GratefulDead
Like the Dolphin's loker room, I suppose I could have left any number of times, citing harrasment and outright intimidation (you, Rob and Dire can be quite aggressive...well in Dire's case it usually only happened when his cow was brought into it). Smaller the stakes? Why is it always about size with you?...

[forums]Feb 1972 Winterland Shows, pretty Darn good
Posted by DeadEncore on Oct 4, 2013 9:39am into GratefulDead
Had a chance to listen to 2 of the 3 nights last evening and was truly, truly impressed. Not the entire shows but all of the highlights and plenty more watching the B's open thing their season and the baseball game, as well. Have most of the DP's from 71-79 (not a big fan beyond that) and most of the box sets (73, both 77's, GD movie etc), and load more of special releases 5 Europe 72's Cow Palace Egypt etc......

[forums]Re: hey Mando
Posted by Mandojammer on Oct 1, 2013 8:04am into GratefulDead
Pffft....... No bunker for me. I've all but given up. 1.2 million people within 30 miles of where I sit right now are directly impacted by the culpable negligence of the collective idiocracy resident in DC. I blame both parties for putting their abject incompetence on display. I blame the American electorate even more for failing to see what the real problem is. Instead, they continue to fall for the "Bread and Circus" routine......

[forums]Heads Up - Father & Son Reunion
Posted by bluedevil on Sep 21, 2013 1:44pm into GratefulDead
Tom with his boy on drums, helped out by Mr. Claypool on bass and a lone wolf on guitar: Last Minute Tom will perform a full acoustic set featuring songs from his album BAD AS ME with his band (David Hidalgo guitar; Les Claypool bass; Casey Waits, drums; and more). Waits, who has not toured since 2008 and has no plans to tour, says "I had every good intention to stay home and work on my JD Salinger Halloween mask, but when Neil told me yesterday he was serving burnt cow's eyes on a flat tire......

[forums]lol
Posted by RBNW....new and improved! on Sep 13, 2013 7:20am into GratefulDead
Confucius Say A relationship is the opportunity to do something you hate with someone you love. Confucius Say The inventor of shag carpet made a big pile. Confucius Say Some Sex Is Good...More Is Better...Too Much Is Just About Right Confucius Say A Tattoo is permanent proof of temporary insanity. Confucius Say The Opera is the only place where a guy gets stabbed and instead of bleeding, he sings. Confucius Say A Magazine is a bunch of printed pages that tell you what's coming in the next i......

[forums]Re: For the jury to deliberate.....(Dead related)
Posted by craven714 on Aug 15, 2013 12:02pm into GratefulDead
You are too kind Mando =P Labels...shmabels. Im known in the funny business as an "714 OED outlier" ( I will give you the outlier, just don't tell dire that can mean 'a cow separated from the herd') OED=Oblique Error Definitive, at best, (just as my folks...) Jury? Where the hell is Judge TOOTMO? Just my .02 cents. In the mean time, I GOTTA ROCK: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EXpklvbrNk Have you eaten your oatmeal and listened to the GD 1971 for the day young man? Im gonna enjoy so......

[forums]Re: Veneta - Warner Music
Posted by Jobygoob on Jun 7, 2013 10:58am into GratefulDead
Holy cow this looks fantastic. I've seen it before but nothing like this quality. Can't wait!...

[forums]Re: Looking for good telephone hold music
Posted by capsgd on Jun 2, 2013 4:20pm into GratefulDead
how about one of the GD auds with.... "Everybody take a step back!.." I have a VERY cheap home phone (remember them?) but if I had one I'd like it to moo like a cow or bleat like sheep......

[forums]Put these two items together...
Posted by greg-kennedy on May 25, 2013 7:36pm into audio
I found this: http://archive.org/details/iuma-mad_c0w And realized I had a couple of mad c0w songs still on my HD rescued from mp3.com in 2001! So I created a new item: https://archive.org/details/mAd_cOw-mp3.comSongs But the ideal would be if these pair of new songs could get "pushed" into the IUMA entry. Can someone with super edit powers do this for me?...

[forums]Re: International Amphitheater 07/25/74
Posted by dark.starz on May 25, 2013 5:59am into GratefulDead
What an armpit the Chicago Amphitheatre was, host to the Stock Shows, Ringling Brothers - Barnum and Bailey Circus, almost made the Cow Palace and Denver Coliseum appear respectable in comparison. Due to the scale of the WOS the Dead were forced to play some extremely undesireable venues, no wonder they preferred playing outdoor gigs which became more common place as the years progressed....

[forums]Re: Cream bits for WT
Posted by leftwinger57 on May 23, 2013 5:47am into GratefulDead
I also have to agree w/ Tidewater. When some people were visiting S.F. from Scotland they eventually became friends. Close ones at that, you know the city in itself has that transient feel. When Clapton came over and was playing the Cow Palace for the 461 Ocean Blvd tour they had no interest saying been there did that and I think they avoided YES also for the same reason.They were into the Dead but not to the extent we were and never went to the DOG shows in Oakland.Again like I was told once y......

[forums]Re: May 1977 box set
Posted by elbow1126 on May 7, 2013 2:13am into GratefulDead
I'm no business person but I'm guessing that Rhino has a few that have figured this stuff out. Before they started doing these limited releases they had already sold the following Grateful Dead releases: 17 Road Trips Releases 3 From the Vault Cow Palace '76 Egypt '78 Hartford '77 Philly '89 The Vault Box Winterland '73 box Winterland '77 box Hampton box Some weird Fillmore '69 limited version release They even road tested the subscription thingy with the last year of the Road Trips series. ......

[forums]Re: General Forum protocol and logistics question
Posted by craven714 on Apr 25, 2013 10:07am into GratefulDead
I just keep logged on 24/7 and (slowly) read everything. (Except Dires drivel of course. I mean "101 ways to f**k a cow"? C'mon. I only know 29, and that's fine with me). You mean you don't do that!? I will even listen to some crappy 1984 show that wastes 2 and a half hours of my pathetic life if pointed out by someone. (though, that was a sweet Black Peter and fairly decent UJB. & No 'sweet black peter' jokes por favor) Otherwise, choose the "I’d like to receive email when someone re......

[forums]TDIMYIRP* (TDIH related)
Posted by Mandojammer on Apr 23, 2013 7:28am into GratefulDead
* This Date In Mando's Year In Review Project. I typed that slowly for craven so he could read it. For anyone interested, here are my notes for 4/23/84. This was a show of extremes - horrible first set, decent second set. Highlight for me was the Black Peter, which in my opinion could stand toe to toe with any other Black Peter out there for consideration in someone's Top X Black Peter performances......

[forums]Re: TDIH '84 time for the 'Brent talk...
Posted by Mandojammer on Apr 8, 2013 8:21am into GratefulDead
strat - Just in case you care. Here are my notes on the Irvine show. I also preferred the Dodd SBD. 6. 4/07/84 – Irvine Meadows, Irvine, CA http://archive.org/details/gd84-04-07.sbd.dodd.13816.sbeok.shnf a. Feel Like A Stranger* – Psychedelic funkiness? The boys sound like they are in a nice groove 6 shows into the year. Jerry and Bobby are meshed nicely during the jam at the 5:00 point......

[forums]Re: 1984: A Year In Review Project (Update)
Posted by Mandojammer on Mar 28, 2013 9:08am into GratefulDead
strat - As promised. I thought this was a pretty good show - easily could come back and make it a stand out. A slight nod to the second set over the first set, but I'm probably letting myself get biased by Jerry's crash and burn in Touch to end the first set. They started strong but faded fast - at least I thought Jerry did. I agree with you that West LA and Althea were really good tunes in the set - I also really liked CC and My Brother Esau......

[forums]Re: First show / Last show / Dream show
Posted by leftwinger57 on Mar 28, 2013 7:18am into GratefulDead
I'm so not into dates this is going to bug you guys. The first, Fillmore East where I did a rambling post on how I just didn't get the way they came back into a song after a space and or jam and asked quizzically didn't they play that song a half an hour ago? 2nd-- roll out of WOS Cow Palace not the New Years show I believe March 74' Dream --Dead and The Who Oakland/Alameda Stadium.For the line-up alone....

[forums]Best of 6/03/76 - 2/17/79
Posted by stratocaster on Mar 3, 2013 7:37am into GratefulDead
The Post Retirement Keith and Donna line up Era Inspired by Grendels thread, let's take a look at the final 2.5 plus years of touring the with the Grateful Dead's Keith and Donna line -up, the formal return of Mickey Hart and three albums of new material (Blues For Allah, Terrapin Station, Shakedown Street, four if you throw in Garcia's 76 Reflections album with 4 Dead tunes). Regarding 1975, 08-13-75 and 09-28-75 both deserve recognition as great live performances in their own right,, but they......

[forums]Re: Entry in Most Dead-ish Vehicle Contest
Posted by AltheaRose on Mar 2, 2013 6:49pm into GratefulDead
Well, it's not our personal cow. Although actually we do have some. OK, we co-own them. They're fatter, though....

[forums]Re: Entry in Most Dead-ish Vehicle Contest
Posted by Diamondhead on Mar 2, 2013 2:46pm into GratefulDead
Great shots. At first I thought I was looking at a nicer version of my old Isuzu Trooper. Real skinny looking cow you got there....

[forums]Re: First Official Grateful Dead Tee Shirt
Posted by ColdRain108 on Feb 2, 2013 9:33am into GratefulDead
he looks like nasty dude...but he's holding a carton of milk in his hand - ohhhh tough guy! Hitting the cow juice pretty hard there....

[forums]Re: Charlier Miller and Phish
Posted by Rabbitswamp on Jan 31, 2013 11:15am into GratefulDead
No. Phish decided not to allow their recordings to be posted on IA. They were a little ahead of the Dead in terms of the digital age and decided to protect their cash cow. You'll have to master the art of torrenting or rely on some other kind soul to do it for you....

[forums]LOST LIVE DEAD
Posted by JerseyMark on Dec 20, 2012 6:41am into GratefulDead
http://lostlivedead.blogspot.com/2012/12/december-31-1973-cow-palace-daly-city.html...

[forums]Re: Non-Dead - Nice Snippet from Nobel Speech
Posted by William Tell on Dec 10, 2012 3:28pm into GratefulDead
Outstanding; distantly related factoid overheard today, regarding political perspectives on handouts: it is amazing how the same folks that say we shouldn't support poor kids with welfare in inner-cities are the same ones in favor of gazillions for farm and cow pie subsidies...(no offense to farmers and their kin; Southwest cow pie generators are on their own)....

[forums]Re: Best Non-Dead Concert attended?
Posted by bluedevil on Nov 21, 2012 8:18am into GratefulDead
I stand by those comments. In recent times, I'd add some of the Nick Cave/Bad Seeds shows I saw in Prague - as well as Grinderman at the Warfield. Neil w/ Sonic Youth and drivin n' cryin on Ragged Glory tour at Cow Palace and then Sacramenton (Arco?) stand out, but that's because I was playing air guitar with Kevn Kinney at soundboard since friends with drivin n' cryin...

[forums]Re: Wonderful Ohio '81 (and Phil Alert)
Posted by AltheaRose on Nov 14, 2012 8:45am into GratefulDead
Oh no. I'm going to be out-feministed by a chair basher! OK, technically, you have a point. Mr. Lion's Den is not really on the list of Admirable GD Characters. (Which would be a short list, I suspect.) But I prefer to think of the subtext as, "I'm a no-good devil of a cheatin', jail-breakin' womanizer, who was thinkin' about cards and horses, but now that I've had a few shots of whiskey here in [insert name of cow town], another form of entertainment comes to mind." Or, actually: "I, Bob, am ......

[forums]Re: 'Big Daddy Love' and hot peppers
Posted by AltheaRose on Nov 5, 2012 5:50pm into GratefulDead
Dunno, but to get past ghosts, grab the tail of a cow. That's what I've heard. Did you not have a cow handy?...

[forums]Re: Favorite year and show?
Posted by bbbrew on Oct 12, 2012 7:27pm into GratefulDead
Just in case you missed this post, someone who was there finnaly chimed in. Poster: Lgl157 Date: September 27, 2012 03:46:24pm Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: TDIH 1968 - Eureka Municipal Auditorium Hi, I was actually at this concert at 14 years of age with my mother and brothers 11 and 8... That's the way the town was in1968. It was at he Eureka Municipal auditorium which is not downtown, but more in a residential part of town......

[forums]Re: Favorite year and show?
Posted by BornEasement on Oct 11, 2012 10:00am into GratefulDead
1974!!!!!!!!! May thru August of 1974 holds what are, to me, the greatest gems in Dead-dom. 05-21 - a forty five minute 'playin' with the works, A China Doll where Jerry's tone recalls (prefigures?) the harpsichord from the studio version and Phil's playing is unmatched, and a truly fantastic Scarlet. I have no idea why the cow palace show from march has been released and this one hasn't. The Jai-Alai shows on 6/22 and /23 - God's gift to GSET, Jack Straw, and Eyes on the first night, a gre......

[forums]Re: Shaved Guinea Pigs Look Like Tiny Hippos (Non-Dead)
Posted by direwolf0701 on Oct 8, 2012 8:55am into GratefulDead
after Rob visited my pet cow Bessie, the vet had to treat her for "anal impaction" (i felt the need to use it in a sentence too)...

[forums]Re: Dave's Picks #4
Posted by Lou Davenport on Oct 3, 2012 3:09pm into GratefulDead
They somehow managed to release Playing > Supplication > Playing on a Live at the Cow Palace bonus disc way back in 2007, so I'm not sure it was really a recent discovery. But marketing is a many splendid thing....

[forums]Re: TDIH 1968 - Eureka Municipal Auditorium
Posted by Lgl157 on Sep 27, 2012 3:46pm into GratefulDead
Hi, I was actually at this concert at 14 years of age with my mother and brothers 11 and 8... That's the way the town was in1968. It was at he Eureka Municipal auditorium which is not downtown, but more in a residential part of town. It was the best, our second concert the first being Donovan at the cow palace, a life changing experience for a 14year old girl from Arcata. Would love to own the poster!...

[forums]"So Rebellious A Lover" (re: the Haight)
Posted by Tidewater four ten O nine on Sep 6, 2012 4:23am into GratefulDead
"But there's a six-lane highway down by the creek Where I went skinny-dippin' as a child And a drive-in show where the meadows used to grow And the strawberries used to grow wild There's a drag strip down by the riverside Where my grandma's cow used to graze Now the grass don't grow and the river don't flow Like it did in my childhood days". Yeah, Corporate America, Corporate UK, Corporate f*ckin' everywhere ................

[forums]Re: The Haight
Posted by Tidewater four ten O nine on Sep 6, 2012 4:19am into GratefulDead
"But there's a six-lane highway down by the creek Where I went skinny-dippin' as a child And a drive-in show where the meadows used to grow And the strawberries used to grow wild There's a drag strip down by the riverside Where my grandma's cow used to graze Now the grass don't grow and the river don't flow Like it did in my childhood days" Says it all ............ Dues to Joe South but I know it from Gene Clark & Carla Olson's "SRAL". Full lyrics: ============ Don't it make you want to go ......

[forums]review : have we covered all the songs and picked favs and best versions ...top tens and worst performances with and without beards and short shorts....quick links to long essays .of every song...IS THERE ANYTHING WE MIGHT HAVE MISSED
Posted by RBNW....new and improved! on Sep 4, 2012 7:18am into GratefulDead
Grateful Dead Songs Originals Alabama Getaway Alice D Millionaire Alligator Althea At A Siding Attics Of My Life Barbed Wire Whipping Party Believe It Or Not Bertha Bird Song Black Peter Black Throated Wind Black Muddy River Blow Away Blues For Allah Bob Star see Little Star Born Cross Eyed Box Of Rain Brokedown Palace Brown Eyed Women Built To Last Can't Come Down Candyman Cardboard Cowboy see No Left Turn Unstoned Casey Jones Cassidy Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) Childhood's End China Cat Su......

[forums]Re: Non-Dead - Stones get paid...BD pukes, SDH shuffles
Posted by leftwinger57 on Sep 1, 2012 12:02pm into GratefulDead
Talking about coin at a Dead show .I also paid a whopping $2.00 at the Cow Palace for the roll out of the Wall O Sound pa .They were not that convinced that it would work or work the way they intended so they stamped the tickets Sound Test and charged the 2 bucks. In reality it was of course visually impressive but at times it was out of balance instrumentally wise which was later cleaned up beautifully on the cd....

[forums]Re: Forum Factoid: nonDEAD...
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Aug 17, 2012 6:23am into GratefulDead
Why draw attention to the fact that you account for a tenth of the entire Forum dork-factor (my wife's words, not mine)? Kind of like someone saying he's attended more Star Trek conventions than anyone else or set a record for completing the most levels in Dungeons and Dragons in a given time. Is that the legacy you want to leave? Some things are best left in the dark. Next to Rob's sheep. And Dire's cow....

[forums]Re: kutiman - non-dead
Posted by micah6vs8 on Aug 13, 2012 10:31pm into GratefulDead
The drummer is Bernard Purdie and he plays on the song 'Home At Last' on the vid. I really liked this whole Classic Albums series. I think Anthem to Beauty was part of it. Here is 'Home At Last'. Begins at the 8:00 mark. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4nv7Qicg2Og He also played on Deacon Blues, Aja, Black Cow & Peg....

[forums]Re: Worst Concert You've Been To?
Posted by leftwinger57 on Aug 4, 2012 5:42am into GratefulDead
Memory is an amazing thing.Another nightmare show I heard of but wasn't there was The Who at the Cow Palace. I believe this was around 69-70 Keith was so out of it that he fell off his kit and it was pretty obvious he wasn't going to continue.To try to salvage the show Pete asked if there was a drummer in the house," ours is very sick" and a dude came on-stage and they played a bunch of Chuck Berry tunes and clearly made that guys day......

[forums]Re: Samson and Delilah
Posted by rdenirojb87 on Aug 2, 2012 11:33am into GratefulDead
The ones from Cow Palace NYE '76 and DP 18 are 2 of my favorites, for their unique intros. And they both rip pretty hard too, particularly DP 18 This post was modified by rdenirojb87 on 2012-08-02 18:33:19...

[forums]Re: bad time dead related
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Jul 30, 2012 6:02am into GratefulDead
Once reaching the hospital, this "unnamed" person was reported to have been mumbling "Now THAT was a cow pie to remember". DW, how could you?...

[forums]Re: how many guests 'sitting in ''
Posted by Dhamma1 on Jul 7, 2012 5:44pm into GratefulDead
Our resident historian put the following list together three years ago. It's easier to paste it from my files than to search the forum for the link (never mastered the IA search interface): Poster: light into ashes Date: July 06, 2009 08:40:29am Forum: GratefulDead Subject: The Crowded Dead Stage 1967-1975 I've put together a list of all the guest appearances in the Dead's early shows. I don't know of a site that provides a listing like this, and it's likely that I've forgotten or le......

[forums]Re: Blanks and Postage?
Posted by direwolf0701 on Jul 6, 2012 12:57pm into GratefulDead
nothing like Bessie's cow tongue in my cheek ;) (i am still apologizing to her regarding the boiled cow tongue I ate a few years back - that story never went over too well with her))...

[forums]Re: Blanks and Postage?
Posted by craven714 on Jul 6, 2012 11:00am into GratefulDead
and take anything that dire says as mostly cow-tongue-in- cheek Im keepin my hardcopies until the electric grids are completely overhauled. Which means forever; considering it only took a freak storm to knock out power to 2 million... for days??? Portable CD player and AA batteries? check. And take anything I say with a grain of bath salts...

[forums]Re: Alright Now!!!
Posted by craven714 on Jun 28, 2012 7:50am into GratefulDead
Sorry, that was me... I posted that after I became dizzy from when I changed positions: (You may become dizzy when changing positions) I went from the 'pile driver' right into the 'reverse cow-girl' and then to the 'lotus'. Next thing you know Im posting medical advice due to lack of blood in the proper places. whew But I do love saying,"Myocardial Infarction" with a Boston accent. try it... Dammit Wise!...

[forums]Re: Colorado is burning - real, real, bad
Posted by DeadRed1971 on Jun 27, 2012 2:34pm into GratefulDead
In Chicago they blamed it on a cow....

[forums]Re: places I've seen them?
Posted by jerrys beard on Jun 27, 2012 7:47am into GratefulDead
The memory has faded as regards the years, but - Fillmore West Winterland The Park (GG that is) Cow Palace San Diego Sports Arena Irvine Meadows (is that what it was called?) Had tickets to JGB in San Bernardino...going with a teacher friend and our two sons to introduce them to the scene when the word came that Jerry ha died....

[forums]Re: places I've seen them?
Posted by leftwinger57 on Jun 27, 2012 3:52am into GratefulDead
Yes,At the Cow Palace they were still working out some minor bugs.The piano was to loud things were not in phase but after now hearing the HDCD it's a great show.Another show which I never heard before was the Pembrooke Pines,Fl show .This was the clearest concise sounding system I had ever heard.This was running through my big house stereo gear. The only caviat here would be Pink Floyd's surround system which shook Yankee Stadium but the WOS started it all w/ the best amps,speakers,array,mix an......

[forums]places I've seen them?
Posted by leftwinger57 on Jun 26, 2012 4:40pm into GratefulDead
This is from memory so here goes.As most of you know I'm not into dates ,times, set lists but there are a couple I can place.This of course does not figure in The jerry Band and any jam situation that was not advertised 1.Fillmore East 2.Roosevelt Stadium 73' 3.Winterland-- multiple times 4.Gold Gate Park-- 75' Free Gig 5.Kezar Stadium-- 75' SNNC Benifit 6.Spartan Stadium--1x 7.Arco Arena-1x (if that's in Sacramento that's the place) 8.Kaiser Auditorium-3x 9.Oakland Arena-2x 10.Oakland Colosiu......

[forums]Re: All's quiet on the commercial release front
Posted by elbow1126 on Jun 7, 2012 3:18am into GratefulDead
I'm willing to spend money on commercial releases but not in a blind fashion. I have purchased about half the Rhino releases so unless if Dave Fave's are much more in alignment with My Fave's, it is unlikely that they could have 4 releases in a year that i would be willing to purchase. Was thinking there have also been no "vault" releases (e.g. To Terrapin, Egypt, Cow Palace NYE, JFK) or Garcia family releases either......

[forums]Re: TDIH - First Wheel, Samson
Posted by hseamons on Jun 3, 2012 9:44am into GratefulDead
NEW BEGINNINGS IN OREGON DEAD June 3, 1976 was a day of firsts for the Grateful Dead in Portland. It was the band’s first tour opener since September 9, 1974 at London’s extravagant Alexandra Palace. More notably, it was their first show since the hiatus in 1975 that still gave us four jewels of shows to remember. Like other historic, well played shows that featured a series of new songs – such as the famous Capitol Theatre run in ’71 that gave birth to “Bertha” and six other songs,......

[forums]Re: GD Years - Odd Or Even?
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on May 18, 2012 8:59am into GratefulDead
Hard choice. But if I had to say, I'm thinking I'd go with the odd years. 73 is perhaps my personal favorite year, 77 is, well, 77. And as many of you know, I couldn't do without Fall>Winter 79. And then 81 and 83 have some choice stuff as well. Then again... Is grabbing the evil wizard and threatening him with being forced into prolonged coversation with Rob unless he forsakes his dastardly plan not an option? Or perhaps we could gag him, put him in a cow suit and dump him in Dire's back......

[forums]Re: Open letter to everyone from the real Dennis
Posted by ringolevio on Apr 18, 2012 5:13am into GratefulDead
Holy cow. My apologies for even wondering if it was true - I can see now it really made no sense. I'm so sorry to hear about your girlfriend. Please forgive me for adding to the confusion and stress ......

[forums]Re: Been there, done that
Posted by turnphilup on Apr 17, 2012 1:45pm into GratefulDead
"the 40-foot tall Bob's Big Boy statue for an evil clown" That is hilarious image to think about. Some what related, after a show in N.C. in 1990, I determined that I was the sober one and should be the one driving. Funny how the no camping rule in '89 forced so many messed up people onto the roads after the show. My instincts proved right, when later after getting lost on some back country road, one of my passengers grabbed the steering wheel in the effort to avoid the perceived cow he saw gra......

[forums]Re: what was the first concert you ever attended....
Posted by ColdRain108 on Apr 17, 2012 11:57am into GratefulDead
I did catch a few shows at the Cow Palace, but it was a much longer drive from Livermore - LHS class of '79 - so we usually caught shows in Oakland. Funny thing is, I didn't see my first Dead show at the Oakland Coliseum Arena until 1992. All Greek Theater, Frost, Warfield and Oakland Aud shows during my time in the Bay area. My first basketball arena Dead show was 10/11/1983....

[forums]Re: what was the first concert you ever attended....
Posted by rastamon on Apr 17, 2012 10:19am into GratefulDead
ELO also played at the Cow Palace @1978...

[forums]Re: what was the first concert you ever attended....
Posted by snow_and_rain on Apr 16, 2012 6:10am into GratefulDead
Holy cow! What an introduction to live music! What did your young, impressionable self think about the acoustic set? Or the Dark Star?!...

[forums]Re: Ronnie Montrose - RIP
Posted by rastamon on Mar 6, 2012 5:22am into GratefulDead
well, I SHOULD have been at the Cow Palace! As I remember, they were soooo sold out! I had been thinking I saw Montrose on NYE of 77, maybe even 78, but this confirmed me there on 12/31/76(!) and I do remember Y&T playing >> http://www.chickenonaunicycle.com/Winterland%20Shows.htm...

[forums]odd facts---In the 60s, people took acid to make the world weird. Now the world is weird and people take Prozac to make it normal.
Posted by RBNW....new and improved! on Feb 29, 2012 8:10pm into GratefulDead
Barbie's measurements (if she were life-size): 39-23-33 Coca-cola was originally green Every day more money is printed for Monopoly than for the US Treasury Smartest dogs: 1) border collie; 2) poodle; 3) golden retriever. Dumbest dog: afghan The Hawaiian alphabet has 12 letters First novel ever written on a typewriter was "Tom Sawyer" There are more collect calls on Father's Day than any other day of the year Heinz Catsup leaving the bottle travels at 25 miles PER YEA......

[forums]Re: Super Bowl predictions
Posted by Mandojammer on Feb 2, 2012 1:14pm into GratefulDead
I will be in Raleigh eating at the Angus Barn with Mrs. Mando and a bunch of our friends from all over the country. They have John Courage Ale on tap and a 20 ounce ribeye that melts on the fork. Sauteed mushrooms as big as a cow's eyeball, baked potatoes you could put a saddle on.... My guess? Angus Barn - $220.00 Mando - full stomach Giants take the lead with a late field goal and a game ending 4th down sack of Brady as the Pats are driving for the win....

[forums]Re: pieces of peasantile trash
Posted by RBNW....new and improved! on Jan 9, 2012 5:45am into GratefulDead
the you to of in and it my me your that is we for all on this with be can but so no what they like don will re just from are now know ll up when out time see one there as not was ve have never life he down do got get by she at if our love way take her back go let through come away make his world feel where who want here eyes say how their or more night been day us into an only die man could right still oh mind again them think heart too am cause need why has tell then some nothing about blood gi......

[forums]Re: David Nelson Band with an excellent Peggy-O
Posted by SkyDawg on Jan 6, 2012 9:54pm into GratefulDead
Yeah, that jam out of Friend Of The Devil was amazing, the Nelson Band and Brown Chicken Brown Cow String Band playing Friend Of The Devil>China/Rider Segue Jam>Midnight Rider Jam>... We all reached lift-off during that jam. You can hear the crowd reaction on the recording. I love the way Dave Nelson peppers his sets with many of the songs Jerry used to do like Louis Collins, Ballad Of Casey Jones ect.. The show on the 30th was a big sandwich around the DNB song Fable Of A Chosen One spanning b......

[forums]Re: 12/31/68
Posted by CharlieMiller on Jan 5, 2012 3:34pm into GratefulDead
They played 22 new years eve shows. 12/31/66- Fillmore Auditorium - San Francisco, CA 12/31/68- Winterland Arena - San Francisco, CA 12/31/69- Boston Tea Party - Boston, MA 12/31/70- Winterland Arena - San Francisco, CA 12/31/71- Winterland Arena - San Francisco, CA 12/31/72- Winterland Arena - San Francisco, CA 12/31/76- Cow Palace - Daly City, CA 12/31/77- Winterland Arena - San Francisco, CA 12/31/78- Winterland Arena - San Francisco, CA 12/31/79- Oakl......

[forums]Re: getting dosed on New Year's Eve
Posted by dead-head_Monte on Dec 29, 2011 10:39am into GratefulDead
getting dosed on New Year's Eve — The Archive's boxed set• http://www.archive.org/details/gd69-12-31.sbd.gardner.7373.sbeok.shnf• http://www.archive.org/details/gd70-12-31.sbd-fm.7283.sbeok.shnf• http://www.archive.org/details/gd71-12-31.fm.lanum.135.sbeok.shnf• http://www.archive.org/details/gd72-12-31.prefm.vernon.20559.sbeok.shnf• December 31, 1976 - Cow Palace - has been commercially released - no AUD source• http://www.archive.org/details/gd77-12-31.sbd.purvis.286.sbeok.shnf......

[forums]Re: End of the Year Head Count
Posted by august_wst on Dec 20, 2011 10:28am into GratefulDead
Cow Hampshire...

[forums]Re: TJI Feb 24,1974 - Wall of Sound and Oct 30, 1968
Posted by leftwinger57 on Nov 5, 2011 10:22pm into GratefulDead
the sound check show your talking about was at the Cow Palace 3/24/74 and the SoundTest/Check was stamped on the tickets. The show as I remember it was out of balance and some instuments could not even be heard until the mix was brought up. Clearly all the bugs of the system were not worked out yet.The versions now being heard are cleaned up and do not sound all that bad.The Winterland show that you are refering to I think had the distinction of having the whole tweeter array being blown....

[forums]Re: Keith & Donna rolled into one?
Posted by rastamon on Nov 3, 2011 9:24am into GratefulDead
I think Ravi has 2 others playing, the bongo guy and another...sitar(?). This is like Indian jam dead, they're chasing each other around all intertwined. Conversing. I've got this sudden urge to worship a cow in the field next door...cool or dire? serious, this is very good, i found it with some seeders at dime...

[forums]Re: OWS issues - the $400 billion business of higher education
Posted by dead-head_Monte on Oct 29, 2011 9:24am into occupywallstreet
PBS Frontline investigation• For-profit colleges and universities: the $400 billion business of higher education is booming Even in lean times, the $400 billion business of higher education is booming. Nowhere is this more true than in one of the fastest-growing -- and most controversial -- sectors of the industry: for-profit colleges and universities that cater to non-traditional students, often confer degrees over the Internet, and, along the way, successfully capture billions of federal fi......

[forums]Re: Dogs and Cats
Posted by RBNW....new and improved! on Oct 29, 2011 8:14am into GratefulDead
A cat's meow and a cow's moo, I can recite them all.... This post was modified by RBNW....new and improved! on 2011-10-29 15:14:26...

[forums]Re: looking for long lost tickets
Posted by chris in long beach on Oct 20, 2011 6:44am into GratefulDead
Could find anything for the Cow Palace show, but here's one from the Winterland show. http://www.psilo.com/dead/images/tickets/t741020.jpg This post was modified by chris in long beach on 2011-10-20 13:44:55...

[forums]looking for long lost tickets
Posted by leftwinger57 on Oct 20, 2011 5:50am into GratefulDead
Last night I just started to think back at all the shows I've seen some great others not so but that's what you get.Now I distinctly remember going the the WOS show at the Cow Palace and the ticket had stamped across it the sound test.I really thought it might of been a nightmare because they charged $2.50 to get in and as you know before it was cleaned up there was some phasing and balance problems.But just walking into that wall was amazing.The other show that was at Winterland had the Last On......

[forums]Re: JGB
Posted by ringolevio on Oct 12, 2011 8:27am into GratefulDead
>I'm not really familiar with JGB Holy cow, really????!!! I recommend getting thee directly over to: http://tela.sugarmegs.org/alpha/j.html and scroll down to the 9-20-76 show; as I said above this is Jerry right inside your head, if you ever feel lonesome, yeah down in San Anton' ... if you ever feel sorrow for things you might have done ... This post was modified by ringolevio on 2011-10-12 15:27:13...

[forums]Sting’s 60th B'day party extravaganza set for New York City
Posted by dead-head_Monte on Sep 21, 2011 12:20pm into GratefulDead
Sting’s 60th Birthday Party Extravaganza Set for New York CityOn October 1st, 2011, Sting will gather with a group of friends in NYC for his 60th birthday party. As should be expected with such an occasion for the Police singer, this won’t be a small affair. Instead, he will hang out with Lady Gaga, Mary J. Blige, Robert Downey, Jr., Herbie Hancock, Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen, Vince Gill, Will.i.am, Rufus Wainwright, Branford Marsalis, and Stevie Wonder at the Beacon Theatre......

[forums]Re: Best Quality Releases (Soundwise)
Posted by CHARLIEPHOGG on Sep 12, 2011 9:07pm into GratefulDead
like a few other posts, Dicks PICKS 29, Hartford 77, Cow Palace 76 (beautiful package too! DPs no 7 & 12 are excellent plus 12 has my favorite jam WRS>JAM>US BLUES,oh yeah. Stepping out (England 72) is another good one. rock on!...

[forums]Best Quality Releases (Soundwise)
Posted by rdenirojb87 on Sep 12, 2011 3:01pm into GratefulDead
What official releases do you find to have the best sound mix? I like: Winterland 77 Recordings Grateful Dead Movie soundtrack Live at the Cow Palace '76 The Road Trips sound great wish I could afford Europe 72 box, I love the sound during that tour...

[forums]Re: Tonight's GD trivia question
Posted by ice9freak on Sep 12, 2011 5:07am into GratefulDead
8/13/75? or Cow Palace '74?...

[forums]Re: New Year's Eve During Dead Hiatus
Posted by Headstrung on Sep 7, 2011 8:13am into GratefulDead
I am not sure about "74 but the "75" show was billed as Jerry and Friends and was in Berkeley. Realy rippin' show with a very drunk Nicky Hopkins on piano. Bill Graham may have had something else going on at the Cow Palace; or for that matter, somewhere else in the city but I don't know the details....

[forums]Please delete these
Posted by theRealKibitzer on Sep 3, 2011 1:37am into audio
Hello folks. Would you please delete the following pages and all associated files? I royally screwed these up. http://www.archive.org/details/Cow003TrNaNgpart1_3 http://www.archive.org/details/Cow003TrNaNgpart1...

[forums]Re: Best Crazy Fingers
Posted by grendelschoice on Aug 26, 2011 8:14am into GratefulDead
I'm a real snob when it comes to Crazy Fingers--one of my top 10 favorite tunes. I pretty much dismiss any version post-1976, which gets me in trouble with the 80's crowd (which, btw, is when I saw the lion's share of shows), but I just find the post-'76 versions very sloppy in execution and Jerry's vocals often brutal. So: Agree that "One From the Vault" 8/13/75 is probably the best live version you'll find...the June run of shows in '76 contain some fine CF's, but my favorite version from tha......

[forums]Re: TDI Very Sad H (Aug 9, 1995)
Posted by ringolevio on Aug 9, 2011 8:32am into GratefulDead
Works for me!! holy cow - the Catfish John is perfection. It's like a hymn. Can't think of a better way to remember Jerry. This post was modified by ringolevio on 2011-08-09 15:32:55...

[forums]Re: Live vs the 'tape' of a show .
Posted by leftwinger57 on Aug 4, 2011 1:25pm into GratefulDead
Very lucky indeed not have been to a bad sounding Dead show. Before the WOS and Pink Floyds' System it was hit or miss w/ sound systems.Being at the sound test at the Cow Palace I was of course impressed w/ the size of the system but in reality that show was a true test and things were out of phase and some instruments were louder than others,today the mix is all cleaned up so if you weren't there you never know the difference.I do think Bill Grahams' house sound was for the most part ok......

[forums]Re: Why Don't You Like the 80's?
Posted by leftwinger57 on Aug 2, 2011 6:10am into GratefulDead
I'm going to agree pretty much w/ LIA has to say. With that it's just right place right time hit or miss w/ me. As most of you know I ripp them royaly when they deserve it, but I got to tell some of the Spectrum shows in Philly in the 80s were fine for me. I'm not a set list or date type of guy so the exact shows have no date but I always know what I hear and like. That old gag there's nothing like a Grateful Dead concert ,well it's close,and my mantra has always been when they're good they ar......

[forums]Re: trolls and such
Posted by SomeDarkHollow on Jul 27, 2011 2:02pm into GratefulDead
Sorry, but I've gotta back WT here. I don't know about permanently, but there are definitely times I'm not really interested in dissecting this band any more than I already have, and during those times I find myself here just to catch up with the various participants. When I'm not spewing meaningless babble however, I do take time to check out the various recommendations and TJI shows and occasionally find some real treasures I had previously overlooked......

[forums]Re: GD quiz question - new film of GD
Posted by Reade on Jul 19, 2011 8:36am into GratefulDead
Holy cow! I saw this poster on a friends college dorm room wall in the mid-seventies and have not seen it since. I've always wondered why I've never found it again, ie reproduced in a book, etc. .... It was very striking at the time, as I'd never seen Jerry in pigtails and Phil's hat (which I remembered more as a straw hat) reminded me of the one worn by the scarecrow in the Wizard of Oz. Hence I always figured this was one of the those Iowa shows (5/73 or 6/74), as it was obviously an outdoor ......

[forums]Re: Thoughts on Nels
Posted by leftwinger57 on Jul 18, 2011 5:53pm into GratefulDead
I was going to check out the show in late July at the PNC ARTS Center.Normal tickets were just about ok but when you add $14.00 service charge well you can Kishmeirintuchas. I am such a throw back that at the Fillmore East Bill Graham charged $5.50 for 3 bands. Not to mention the sound test at the COW PALACE for a whopping $2.50 and on it goes. Yes I do have Peter Pan syndrome...

[forums]Re: You're Crazy
Posted by boltman on Jul 12, 2011 5:51am into GratefulDead
Spent the weekend listening to the Dead...New Year's Eve @ Cow Palace and a couple of CM upgrades (71 & 74) and couldn't have been happier. Listen a little at work, but run a couple of K-12 schools and am the Deadhead of the organization. That said, you put my thoughts down very succinctly. There is just something about the Dead that always keeps it new, no matter how many times I've listened to it......

[forums]Re: Little Sadie is gone!
Posted by polarized blue on Jul 8, 2011 2:30pm into GratefulDead
A few years ago I was in London for the day and decided to have a look around Soho, but it wasn't raining. I did find Lee Ho Fooks and decided to go on in and eat there. But I can't remember if I did order the Beef Cow Mein or not. I do remember I enjoyed it and couldn't help wondering if anyone there at the time besides me was aware of the place being in the song lyric. Oh, and Little Sadie!! Love that song too......

[forums]Re: TIFTOO from So Many Roads Box Set ????
Posted by Arbuthnot on Jul 7, 2011 4:21pm into GratefulDead
The GD is pretty much the ONLY artist with that degree of stature that i will still shell out bucks for (i've bought 7 or 8 of the roadtrips, as well as that '76 cow palace show a few years back). Even Hendrix, another artist i have tons of music for, i'll be damned if i'll shell out any money to a label or store or wherever. I'd rather do without. Fortuntely, the vast bulk of the artists i listen to fall into the category of local/indie/unknown or forgotten, and it's easier to justify shelling......

[forums]the start of wofgangs vault
Posted by leftwinger57 on Jul 4, 2011 3:53pm into GratefulDead
Hi guys and a happy 4th, quite a few years ago they had a segment on 60 minutes about Wolfgangs Vault and the guy who bought all the archives. I tried to look up this guy's name and it just comes up as a privately held company. My real interest was just a few of the shows I saw when I lived in S.F. in the 70s.I destinctly remember some of the shows tickets had some extra writing across them. A few examples were The Last One when they were to do the hyatis and another was The Sound Test for the......

[forums]Lyrics: Robert Hunter Music: Robert Hunter. heres one they didnt perform
Posted by RBNW....new and improved! on Jul 4, 2011 5:08am into GratefulDead
Independence Day Lyrics: Robert Hunter Music: Robert Hunter If you can't recollect the larger picture maybe you should step back for perspective You might swear all promise is rejected and you can't tell what move might be effective It's not like a major revolution and there were no tables firmly turned around though you might have thought there were in the confusion My God, you would have sworn it from the sound All you know is it's Not like Independen......

[forums]Re: TDIH: Winterland 77
Posted by zeroenvy on Jun 7, 2011 3:52pm into GratefulDead
Terrapin Station > Morning Dew.. Holy cow. that transition was perfect. thankyou....

[forums]Re: Moving previously uploaded items to a netlabel
Posted by Arthur Jaz on Jun 5, 2011 4:44pm into audio
Sorry, I should have said that the specific netlabel name is falling-cow-productions Thanks!...

[forums]Moving previously uploaded items to a netlabel
Posted by Arthur Jaz on Jun 5, 2011 4:37pm into audio
Hello, is it possible for items I have already uploaded to Community Audio to be moved to my netlabel, Falling Cow Productions? If so, could the following items be moved there? http://www.archive.org/details/Anomaly http://www.archive.org/details/AsWeFellIntoTheSun http://www.archive.org/details/Scrambleberries http://www.archive.org/details/WhoKnowsWhat http://www.archive.org/details/IntestinalDanceOfTheSubatomicSquid http://www.archive.org/details/BarbecueSauce Thanks in advance! Arthur Ja......

[forums]Re: Playin: the Post-Retirement Years [long]
Posted by bkidwell on May 19, 2011 7:41am into GratefulDead
Definitely agree with you about the virtues of 76 and this performance! You could really write up a big post just about PITB in 1976. In addition to the show you mention, I like 6/10/76 Boston Music Hall and the other versions from June, and the NYE "Live at the Cow Palace" among others....

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